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ARCHDIOCESE OF WASHINGTON
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Sunday, April 22, 2018
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  • Bishop Foley, retired bishop of Birmingham, Alabama, dies at age 88
    Bishop David E. Foley, retired bishop of the Diocese of Birmingham who was a priest of the Archdiocese of Washington, died April 17 at the St. John Vianney Residence for Priests in Birmingham. He was 88. News reports said he had been battling cancer.
  • A great lady who was the first lady
    Along with many in this country and around the world, I mourn the loss of Barbara Bush, the former first lady who died April 17 at the age of 92. In my few and brief encounters with her, I always found her to be kind and gracious.
  • Coordinator of 2008 papal visit recalls when the White House welcomed Pope Benedict
    Although it has been 10 years to the week that Pope Benedict XVI made his historic visit to Washington, D.C., one of the former White House officials who oversaw planning for the papal visit said, “It was such a moving experience, it still feels like it was yesterday.”
  • Catholic education and the gift of students with special needs
    Parents welcome their children as gifts, with all the joys and challenges that come with parenting. As Pope Francis writes, “the family is the setting in which a new life is not only born but also welcomed as a gift of God. Each new life allows us to appreciate the utterly gratuitous dimension of love, which never ceases to amaze us.
  • What I wish I had known when I got engaged
    When I got married in August, my wedding day was filled with joy. Eight months later, I am happy to report that the joy has only continued and multiplied since that day. But I’ll be honest – wedding planning was not my favorite activity, to say the least. As Pope Francis describes, the details of wedding planning “tend to drain not only the budget but energy and joy as well” (Amoris Laetitia, 212).
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